The pilots and brothers Luke Aikins and Andy Farrington were trained for months at Oceano and San Luis Obispo airports to perform a single disaster.
The two planned to properly position their plane at a nosedive at 14,000 ft and then fly into the sky on the other plane.
Cal Poly Professor Paul Iscold is the leading aeronautical engineer for aircraft conversion.
Unfortunately, the stunt did not play out as they had hoped.
A live stream of the event taking place in Arizona shows two planes taking the nosedive. The pilots then left the plane and while they were floating in the air, some of the planes disappeared.
The plane started flying, and it got very close to the other plane. Some of the pilots can reach the other plane and gain control of the plane.
Neither Hulu nor Red Bull, the main organizers of the event, commented.
No word on injuries at this time.
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